Death Place Matching "Corona Del Mar, California, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)


16 names.


1. Chuck Jones

Actor | Gremlins

Starting as a cel washer, Chuck Jones worked his way up to animator and then director at the animation division of Warner Bros. He is famous for creating such beloved cartoon characters as Wile E. Coyote, Henery Hawk, Pepé Le Pew, Marvin the Martian, Ralph Wolf, Road Runner, Sam Sheepdog, Sniffles,...

2. Kane Richmond

Actor | Brick Bradford

Kane Richmond was born on December 23, 1906 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA as Frederick William Bowditch. He was an actor, known for Brick Bradford (1947), Spy Smasher (1942) and Jungle Raiders (1945). He was married to Marion Burns. He died on March 22, 1973 in Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach, ...

3. Christine Gossett

Ramona

Born Christine Mae in Chickasha, Oklahoma, to Tip and Orrie Gossett and the last surviving and youngest of three children. She had two brothers, William Thomas Gossett of Birmingham, MI and Wayne I. Gossett of Rancho Santa Fe, California. Mr. and Mrs. Gossett owned and operated hotels in Oklahoma ...

4. Drue Leyton

Actress | Charlie Chan in London

Drue Leyton was born on June 12, 1903 in Somers, Wisconsin, USA as Dorothy Blackman. She was an actress, known for Charlie Chan in London (1934), Blackmailer (1936) and Alibi for Murder (1936). She was married to Jacques Terrane. She died on February 8, 1997 in Corona Del Mar, California, USA.

5. Jack Wilson

Actor | Tarzan of the Apes

Jack Wilson was born in 1881. He is known for his work on Tarzan of the Apes (1918), Midnight Secrets (1924) and Shoulder Arms (1918). He died on April 30, 1979 in Corona Del Mar, California, USA.

6. Hugh McCollum

Producer | Trouble In-Laws

After completing his education at the University of Pennsylvania, Hugh McCollum moved to Los Angeles and worked a variety of odd jobs before being hired as an assistant to an executive at First National Pictures. He later served as a business manager for several studios, and in 1929 joined Columbia...

7. Vic Schoen

Soundtrack | Nightcrawler

Vic Schoen was born on March 26, 1916 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as Victor Schoen. He is known for his work on Nightcrawler (2014), In the Navy (1941) and The Court Jester (1955). He was married to Sally-Jan Calbeck, Marion Hutton, Kay Starr and Yvette Agnes Gowdy. He died on January 5, 2000 in ...

8. Marshall U. Beebe

The Bridges at Toko-Ri

Beebe received a degree in mathematics and physics from Occidental College in 1935 and applied for navy flight training. He was designated a naval aviator in December 1937 and led two squadrons in World War II, being credited with 10.5 Japanese planes shot down. In the Korean War he commanded Air ...

9. Clay Campbell

Make Up Department | From Here to Eternity

Makeup artist Clay Campbell was born in Chicago in 1901, but grew up in Toronto, Canada. After graduating high school he journeyed to Los Angeles, where he got a job with a wax factory, creating and producing the faces of wax figures. His company was contracted to supply such figures for the Warner...

10. Jim Martin

Actor | Paper Lion

Jim Martin was born on April 8, 1924 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA as James Richard Martin. He was an actor, known for Paper Lion (1968), The NFL on CBS (1956) and 1962 East-West Pro Bowl (1962). He died on October 9, 2002 in Corona del Mar, California, USA.

12. Arnold 'Jigger' Statz

The Winning Team

Arnold 'Jigger' Statz was born on October 20, 1897 in Waukegan, Illinois, USA as Arnold John Statz. He is known for his work on The Winning Team (1952) and Fast Company (1929). He died on March 16, 1988 in Corona Del Mar, California, USA.

14. Kennard F. Bubier

Self | With Byrd at the South Pole

Kennard F. Bubier was born on October 11, 1902 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA as Kennard Francis Bubier. He was married to Naomi Rinehart Hafeskebring and Sophy B. Jorgenson. He died on July 2, 1983 in Corona del Mar, California, USA.


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